- Coutts (disambiguation)
- Coutts, Alberta - A village in Alberta, Canada. Located on the Canada-USA border.
- Coutts Crossing, New South Wales - A village located in New South Wales, Australia.
- Coutts Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
- Alicia Coutts - Australian medley, butterfly and freestyle swimmer.
- Angela Burdett-Coutts, 1st Baroness Burdett-Coutts (1814–1906) - A wealthy nineteenth century philanthropist.
- Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth (1820-1894) - A wealthy nineteenth century brewer and Member of Parliament.
- Duncan Coutts (1969-) - A member of the Canadian musical band Our Lady Peace.
- Francis Money-Coutts, 5th Baron Latymer (1852–1923) - A British banker.
- Frederick Coutts (1899–1986) - The 8th General of The Salvation Army (1963-1969).
- John Willie (John Alexander Scott Coutts) (1902-1962) - A pioneering fetish photographer and bondage artist.
- Morton W. Coutts (1904-2004) - New Zealand born inventor.
- Paul Coutts, a Scottish association football player for Preston North End.
- Russell Coutts - (1962-) A New Zealand competitive sailor. Winner of the Americas Cup. Won Gold in Sailing at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
- Thomas Coutts (1735-1822) - Banker and founder of Coutts & Co.
- Walter Coutts (1912–1988) - A British colonial administrator and was Uganda's last Governor before independence 1961–2.
- Wilfred Coutts (1908-1997), Australian politician
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